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Effectiveness of eutrophication control by phosphorus reduction: development of the INCA-P model

Development of the integrated catchment model for phosphorus INCA-P and its application to 3 UK catchments.

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Effectiveness of eutrophication control by phosphorus reduction: development of the INCA-P model

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This report is concerned with the development of the Integrated Catchments model of Phosphorus dynamics (INCA-P) and the provision of a model-based assessment of the phosphorus dynamics within three major UK river systems: the Ant (Norfolk), the Lugg (Powys, Herefordshire) and the Kennet (Wiltshire and Berkshire). These three systems are of interest because they represent regionally significant water resources, and provide contrasting upland and lowland systems impacted by both diffuse and point sources.

Published 1 December 2008